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April 21, 2008

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Katie

What a great tut! Those pants are sooo cute. I wish I had a little girl to sew for :)

Randi

So cute! I saw something like this a couple of weeks ago at the mall. Thanks for the tutorial!

Karen

I was planning on making little K some capris and shorts for the summer(store bought ones don't seem to stay up-no hips I guess) Now I shall put ruffles on some of them!

Darlene

I was planning on making some new jammie pants for Roo. I now thinking they will have ruffles and matching camis. Thanks for the great tutorial.

Phoebe

I need to make Calvin a pair (sans ruffle). He loves pull on pants. Maybe I'll make a few for Agnes. Since she needs more clothes...?

Cayenne

So, do you leave the crochet thread in, or pull it out after you have sewed the ruffle down? Darling. I might even make some for E. That would be amazing.

lera

This has been on my to-do list for Spenser! Thanks for sharing it!

Knitsational

So cute! I'm gonna have to make some of these for my girls.

Darcy

Thanks so much for the tutorial Jessi! Ava is going to be getting a pair of these soon. I'll let you know when I get them done.

Tina

These are totally adorable! I don't have little girls to sew for either, but first birthday gifts are always a good excuse!

Joanna

Wonderful! I will make some for my daughter, and I also have some pants of my own that are too short, and this would be just the ticket to make them perfect!

Stacy

Ooh. I've been wanting to make ruffle pants. Thanks for the tutorial! :)

~Stacy

Sandra~My Inspired Heart

Thank you for a great tutorial...I tried making some cute little ruffled pants for my girls recently...they finally turned out okay, but they were a job! I will definitely use your tutorial next time...it looks so much easier than what I was trying to do! ;)

jody

Hi!
Just wanted to comment that I had bookmarked this to try and I just finished them. Thanks a lot for the excellent tutorial. The pants for my daughter turned out very cute!
I blogged them here http://amyjodyfabricate.blogspot.com/2008/06/summer-pants-from-tutorial.html

Lene

I finally got around to making the jammies - can you say LAZY.

I did make a few modifications but they turned out so cute!

Gail

Great tute! I put a link on my website to yours!

http://love2sew4fun.blogspot.com/

boutique de laine

very good thinkgs.thank you very much for informing to me .good work :)

Sandy Barnes

Thank you for the great tute. I am going to make some of these for my Granddaughter. She will be so cute in these.

heidi

These are so adorable! Great tut!!!

Shelley Looper

I love this pattern. I am some what new to sewing and have been looking for a simple pattern to make my daughters some pants for this winter. Thanks so much for posting this.

Stevie Spears

Just came across this tutorial! Awesome instructions...Do you have any tutorials with double ruffles??

TeaRoseHome

I just found your blog, and I love it! I love the pants.

Kristine

Thanks for the tutorial. It was really easy to follow. I adapted it for an outfit for my little girl and it worked out really well. I've just blogged about it if you want to have a look. http://bilbified.blogspot.com/

lynne

I just love this pattern! The pants are so cute and I really like the the fabric too. Could you please tell me what fabric that is? I'd like to make a pair just like yours.

kim

Thank you so much for your pattern I have hunted for amny, many months for this!

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